|Date:||December 16, 2015|
|Time:||1:00 pm—3:00 pm|
|Location:||Museum of York County|
What if you turned on your tap and everything you had thrown away flowed into your glass? Discover how watersheds work and solve a mystery when the community suddenly becomes ill.
Homeschool Program Information: Every third Wednesday we gather to learn, have fun and appreciate the natural history of South Carolina. This is a series of lessons, called the “400 Acre Wood”, but each one can stand alone. Please come ready to participate in a kind, gentle and thoughtful way.Ages: 6-11 yrs. old / $6 per person on day of program / CHM Membership doesn’t include the homeschool/school programs
Drop off is allowed, but parents may stay and for $3 enjoy the rest of the museum or use their CHM Membership card for themselves and siblings.Must Pre-register by email or phone: firstname.lastname@example.org or 803-981-9182, remember you can register for the next month the day of the current program. Waiting lists are kept and if 10 or more are consistently waiting we will facilitate another homeschool day per month.Please drop off and pickup in a timely manner. Name tags need to be returned at each lesson/replacements are $1.00.